Downtown Tulsa’s New Courtyard Named “Best Adaptive Reuse” Worldwide
The global leading hotelier, Marriott International, recognized downtown Tulsa’s Courtyard by Marriott as their Best Adaptive Reuse hotel. The award was presented to locally-owned Hospitality at the Marriott CFRST Franchisee and Owners Conference in San Antonio
City of Broken Arrow Police Cheif to Retire
Wuestewald is a 29-year veteran of the department who was promoted through the ranks to Chief of Police, a position he has held since July 2003. He has held positions in patrol, K-9, special operations, training, detectives and administration. He also served as a Tulsa police officer prior to moving to Broken Arrow.
OSU Medical Center is Demolishing Civic View Building
Medical Center will demolish the Civic View building, built in the 1960’s, on Monday December 13, 2010. This former doctor’s building on the corner of 7th and Houston is no longer in use. This demolition begins the work of the significant facility improvements to OSUMC.
Kiwanis Club Hosts Party for School and Families
The Kiwanis Club of Tulsa will hold its annual Christmas Party for Kids
on Thursday, December 16 at 6:30pm. This year’s event will be held at Sam Houston
Elementary School (5402 N Cincinnati Avenue).
The Made in Oklahoma Coalition offers Christmas Morning Quiche
The Made in Oklahoma Coalition () offers the following recipe for Christmas Morning Quiche just in time for the holidays.
All Lanes Open to Traffic on Widened East 81st Street, South Memorial Drive to South Mingo Road
As of Thursday evening, Dec. 9, all lanes are open to traffic on East 81st Street between South Memorial Drive and South Mingo Road. The road has been widened from two to five lanes – four lanes for traffic and a center left-turn lane.
Families Receive Holiday Meals from Osage Million Dollar Elm Employees
Osage Million Dollar Elm employees delivered more than 200 meals including 170 pies and many coats, shoes and pajamas to needy residents on Thanksgiving Day 2010.
Poker Room Opens at Osage Million Dollar Elm Casino, Sand Springs
Poker players now have a place to play in Sand Springs. Osage Million Dollar Elm casino opened a poker room this month where tournaments and games are held every day.
Will Weekend Snowstorm Lead to a White Christmas?
A storm destined to dump heavy snow over portions of the Plains, Midwest and Northeast this weekend could solidify a white Christmas for these areas and others.
City of Tulsa Receives Rebate Check from PSO
The City of Tulsa received a Public Service Company of Oklahoma () energy rebate check for savings made through lighting upgrades at all of the fire stations in the City of Tulsa. Representatives from were at City Hall to hand over the $10,009.81 rebate check.
Family & Children’s Services Awards Poster Contest Winners
Family & Children’s Services (F&CS) announced winners of the 18th annual poster contest Thursday during an awards ceremony at Family & Children’s Services’ central office. Students, in kindergarten through 12th grade, were asked to illustrate why “Family is Everything” and winners received ribbons and cash awards.
Washington Park Mall Provides Extra Value, Unique Experiences to Enhance Holiday Magic
Holiday shoppers in pursuit of capturing the spirit of the season and uncovering value-driven incentives will find both at Washington Park Mall.
City of Tulsa Offers Winter Preparedness Facts
The safety of motorists on Tulsa’s arterial streets is a top priority of the Tulsa Mayor’s Office and of the Public Works Department during winter snow and ice treatment of city streets.
Manhattan Construction Co. begins construction on the George W. Bush Presidential Center
Manhattan Construction Co. begins construction this week on the George W. Bush Presidential Center project located on the campus in Dallas. President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura W. Bush broke ground on the project Tuesday. The George W. Bush Presidential Center is America’s 13th presidential library complex.
Black Friday Shoppers Could Face Nasty Weather
For people planning on camping out for Black Friday specials next week, the potential for nasty weather in the East and Northwest may have some changing their plans.Read More
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